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The Nissan Maxima, a full-size car recognized as Nissan's flagship sedan, is popular in North America, the Middle East, and China. Currently in its eighth generation, the Maxima, successor to the Datsun 810, transitioned from a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive model (1980-1984) to a front-engine, front-wheel-drive layout (1985-present). Apart from North America, the Maxima nameplate has been associated with variants of the Cefiro and Teana, and intermittently used in the Japanese market as a luxury version of the Bluebird. A noted award-winner, the Maxima is one of Nissan's largest sports luxury cars produced for North America. Its distinct design includes a beaded front grille, trapezoidal headlights, and a uniquely extended interior dashboard, lending it a sporty feel. The Maxima is powered by a 3.5LV 6-cylinder "VQ" engine with a maximum horsepower of 194KW and options for either a 5-speed automatic or 6-speed manual transmission. The latest Maxima, debuted in 2015, resurrected the "four-door sports car" concept from its third generation. It is 82 pounds lighter than its predecessor but offers 10 hp more power due to engine updates. The 2021 model year introduced a unique 40th Anniversary edition with Ruby Slate Grey Pearl paint, black exterior and interior trim, black wheels, special floor mats, an exterior badge, and a white face gauge cluster, further enhancing the Maxima's appeal.

While the Nissan Maxima serves as a reliable commuting vehicle, it's not immune to wear and tear. Transmission issues, evidenced by jerking shifts, slipping gears, and an illuminated Check Engine Light, are common complaints among Maxima drivers. These issues often trace back to the valve body, motor, transmission mount, and camshaft position sensor. Engine and suspension failures also occur, manifesting as unusual engine noises, starting difficulties, power and fuel economy decreases, and a lit Check Engine Light. Parts like the engine mount, ignition coil, spark plug, and intake manifold gasket are often responsible. Suspension problems typically involve components like the coil spring insulator, sway bar bushing, control arm shaft kit, and shock and strut mount. Beyond addressing these issues reactively, it's crucial to maintain the vehicle proactively to prevent incidents. Key parts to monitor include the door lock actuator, power steering hose, headlight bulb, and emblem, which may malfunction due to overuse and exposure to harsh conditions, necessitating periodic maintenance.

Original equipment manufacturer parts provide exceptional performance and boast first-rate durability. This is attributed to their adherence to Nissan's official manufacturing methods, utilization of high-quality materials, and compliance with stringent quality standards. Our website provides genuine Nissan Maxima parts, like Seat & Seat Belt, Body (Back Door & Rear Body) at unmatched prices. Each of our OEM Nissan Maxima parts comes with a manufacturer's warranty, ensuring quality and peace of mind. Plus, we offer speedy delivery to get your vehicle back in prime condition in no time.

Nissan Maxima Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to remove and install the control assembly in the instrument panel?
    A: Remove the four screws retaining the A/C switch to the instrument panel (Remove the screws retaining the control panel to the dashboard). Pull the A/C switch out of the instrument panel and disconnect the electrical connectors. Electrical checks of the blower motor speed switch are necessary. The speed switch, function selector, and blend-control switch can all be removed from the control panel (manual air conditioning) by pulling the knob off from the front side, removing the four screws retaining the printed circuit housing, then depressing the plastic tabs on the back of the switch to release it from the control panel. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
  • Q: How to remove and install the air filter and mass airflow sensor?
    A: Disconnect the cable from the negative terminal of the battery. Then, disconnect the electrical connector from the Mass Airflow (MAF) sensor and intake air temperature sensor. Loosen the retaining clamp securing the MAF sensor to the air intake duct or resonator. Detach the spring clips and remove the air filter upper housing and mass airflow sensor as an assembly. Remove the lower air filter housing mounting bolts and remove it from the engine compartment. Remember, installation is the reverse of removal.
  • Q: How to replace the thermostat and water control valve in a Nissan Maxima's cooling system?
    A: First of all, before you replace the thermostat, inspect the coolant level, and temperature gauge. Detach the battery, drain coolant in your cooling system, and take off the old thermostat and install a new one. apply some sealant, let it cure, then refill and bleed the cooling system on your vehicle.